The Tsavo ecosystem is one of Africa’s untouched wilderness tracts. Because of its aridity and immense size, Tsavo offers the best hope for survival in the wild of large mammals that need space like elephant, lion, cheetah, giraffe, and herds of antelope.
The Yatta Plateau is one of the longest lava flows in the world and dominates the park.
Tsavo West offers a glorious diversity of habitats, but the biggest attraction is Mzima Springs, clear water that gushes out at a rate of 250 million liters of water a day, creating a home for thousands of aquatic animals, especially the hippo.
Immerse yourself in stunning beauty and exhilarating adventures at the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro and the rolling, volcanic landscapes of the deep green Chyulu Hills.
Go Bird Watching or for Guided Nature Walks in order to experience the large variety of bird life, or head out to Mzima Springs for an unparalleled viewing experience to see the magnificent hippos.
Enjoy Bush Breakfasts, Bush Dinners, and Sundowners, and if you’re looking for a meal or a drink with a difference, many lodges can arrange special bush meals away from the camp.
Thirsty? Most lodges have fully stocked bars so you can wet your whistle after a hard day’s game-driving.
Alternatively, try Volcano Climbing. Tsavo West is unique for its volcanic terrain, and there are a number of volcanic formations that can be climbed by the adventurous.